KU Campus Resources
The KU Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) office provides individual and group counseling services to assist with psychological, interpersonal, family problems, and other issues related to succeeding at the university. There is a cost associated with appointments - see fees outlined on their website.
The mission of the Child & Family Services Clinic is to provide affordable, quality mental health care to the children, adolescents, and families of Northeast Kansas, including Lawrence, Eudora, Baldwin, Topeka, and the Kansas City Metro Area. This includes reduced-cost therapy sessions and testing for ADHD and learning disabilities at discounted rates for KU students.
The KU Psychological Clinic provides affordable mental health services for the Lawrence community. Reduced rates are provided for KU students.
The Center for Psychoeducational Services at KU is offering online therapy for adults living in Kansas experiencing depression, anxiety, and general life concerns. Clients will receive 9 sessions with a focus on client strengths and building hope. These sessions will be provided at no cost by students and faculty in the Counseling Psychology programs.
The Bert Nash Center is a nonprofit community mental health organization offering a variety of outpatient services to the Lawrence and Douglas County community. Fees for services vary according to insurance, income, and services provided. Generally, fees for services are comparable to or lower than the cost of similar services through private agencies.
The Headquarters Counseling Center is the Kansas location for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The Kansas headquarters provides free emotional support to the state of Kansas by phone, online, and in person. 24/7 Support Line: 785-841-2345
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or loved ones, and nest practices for professionals. 24/7 Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
The STA Care Center provides 24/7 support to all people affected by sexual trauma and abuse in Douglas, Franklin, and Jefferson counties. Services include free counseling, support groups and advocacy.
The Willow Domestic Violence Center builds safer communities through services, shelter, and support to survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking in Douglas, Franklin, and Jefferson counties. All services are free to county residents.